plan my time so that I will meet your commitments.
want to study.I enjoy studying.
Remembering is easier and easier.
make and take the
time to study.
clear away all distractions.
do not interfere with my goal - they enhance my focus.
have a powerful motivation
to acquire knowledge.
am disciplined. I am organized.
practice recall of the information that I study.
am relaxed emotionally, physically, and mentally!
- Make promises that you keep - Force yourself to do what
needs to be done.
unpleasant tasks when you have the most energy.
attainable goals and do the work in steps. Plan, Prioritize and
distractions - unplug TV and computer!
to do the job as quickly as possible - set a time limit from start
the reasons why you procrastinate - and eliminate them!
Habits & Enhanced Learning Skills
Can our method really help improve your grades and enhance your
Our method can provide you with winning strategies to excel and achieve
your greatest potential!We can eliminate the things that can hamper your
effort to be successful such as:
fear of failure.
It is possible to place ourselves in a winning stance to
effective personal learning habits,
these combined skills at our disposal we achieve our goals to reach
our highest potential with the resultant enhanced learning and improved
memory.All of this leads to significant improvements on test scores and the highest level of
success in the classroom or on the job.
You have all the
resources - working together we can get them into full functionality!
rewards are achieved exponentially! You attain...
1) Improved focus and concentration while in class and during the
very important study time.
the tools to make the most of your natural abilities.You learn powerful self-hypnotic techniques so that - - on
demand - - you enter into a hyper-learning state of awareness.This hyper-learning state enables you to take full advantage
of your focus, concentration, and maximize subject matter retention.
You are comfortable will your intelligence and your skills.
2) Increased aptitude to remember and recall information.
acquire an enhanced memory resulting in improved test scores.Memory the ability to remember and recall previously learned
material is a crucial element essential for successful performance
in the testing situation.You
maximize your ability to remember and recall.
3) Annihilation of your fears and heighten self-confidence.
and/or self-doubt are major obstructions to learning.Learn the skills to relax your body and mind at will, enjoy
your feelings of confidence, You become skilled at the ability to regain
control, motivation for success, and overcome the fear of exams.
Learning to identify and abolish negative "self-talk is a
powerful practice that removes the "self-fulfilling prophecies of
failure" that so many peopleunconsciously
transmit to themselves.
4) Elimination of the stress and anxiety resulting from cramming,
nervousness and blank-out
your nervousness by preparing for exams without the stress that normally
is the outcome of cramming.Learn
a powerful hypnotic system of creating a calm, focused state of mind at
will anytime, anywhere - especially in the testing environment.gain knowledge of and practice the skills that are most
conducive to facilitating maximum recall.
You are very secure
with your knowledge.
4) Establishment of Goals
find that the setting of goals is unhampered by outside distractions and
pressures.You are focused
and on a path to achievement attaining high levels of success in
every thing that you set out to accomplish.
the method of storage and retrieval of information in the brain - the
most fundamental key to learning.
subconscious mind can call to mind everything that's happened within your
range of awareness, whether it be remembrance of a past event, where a
misplaced item is, studied subject matter, names, addresses, numbers or any
information needed at a specific time for a specific reason. Our
methods help; forgetting is reduced, names, dates and numbers are
remembered, and a lot of frustration is avoided.
The Three Types of
memory: the recall of your senses: includes functions like seeing,
smelling, feeling, hearing and tasting. It is necessary to train
our brains to enjoy and function in full awareness of our
skill memory: retaining information about how to perform physical
activities like riding a bicycle, driving a car, swimming, dancing,
etc. A big skill - that needs constant practice.
of words, ideas and concepts: the most important and complex capacity
of meaningfulness is important in memory development. Meaningfulness is
key to organizing the material to be learned into a logical pattern,
emphasizing the broadest concept, the theme, and then reducing the focus
to fitting details. The power of association and creativity is an
important tool for memory development.
R's" of Remembering - or Recalling Process - All 3 steps are equally
- Taking note of what you want to remember.
- Storing information.
- Recalling or getting information from your memory.
be an overwhelming distraction to a student or test taker.
Many of the
skills of the HypnoCounselor, including creative visualization, metaphor,
life reframing, and direct suggestion, to mention a few, are used to help
reach the balanced state of calm and relaxation so essential for the
successful management of stress. The Key word is balanced!
relaxed mind-set will help the student's performance in school.
Improved study habits need to be addressed in conjunction with the stress
reduction. Confidence in the tools that a student used assists in
confidence of subject matter and retention. It is appropriate to
determine the deficiencies in the student's study habits and reach a clear
understanding of which skills need improving. Like all skills practice is
needed. During the hypnosis session, positive patterns of study
behavior that will be used to replace the negative habits are reinforced.
Continued reinforcement is critical to attaining an enhanced learning
experience. Performance and stress a kind of Ping-Pong Game. Performance
is closely linked with stress: stress can both interfere with good
performance as well as be the result of bad performance.
We need to
keep sight of this belief in our focus. Sometimes it is difficult to
make a distinction as to which source of stress came first: the
dread of not performing well or merely not performing well.
The skill and habits associated with the performance need to be a top
study habits are affected by both external and internal conditions.
One external factor would be the physical location of the study area.
We learn best when we study in a specific location where external
distraction is at a minimum. (Free of TV, stereo, interruptions by
family and friends, or telephone, pager or computer contact.) There
are two arena's of thought on this - one school says distractions enhance
the power to stay focused. I think it depends on the individual and
what works best.
is essential to learning, so if it becomes difficult to concentrate, it's
best to leave the study area for a break. A five minute break every
half-hour can improve your concentration and make learning easier. Soft
background music or sounds can enhance the learning environment.
such as poor time management drains your energy and emotions, which
negatively affects the learning process. Organization is the
solution. Break it down into easily accomplishable segments.
Hypnosis can help by programming these procedures into a learner, and
hypnosis a wonderful way to block out the unavoidable external
necessarily more time! Our
program consists of practical applications of real time skills and
planning tools. You will leave with methods and tools to apply immediately
to aid in you own individual method of time management. If poor time
management is serious problem for you, the problem may go deeper than
merely setting up a schedule. We need to set realistic goals about
how we accomplish our tasks no set plan is good for every one or every
household or every student. The fundamental problem may not be
" ... Not having enough time..." but,
rather, a bad set of life-style imperatives.
is one of the most common experiences that consumes study time. This
is a major time management issue, it is one of the most difficult problems
to confront students. The extreme procrastinator is stuck in time, not
able to do anything. We will cover this and other classic examples
of wasting time!
the time you have set aside to study more efficiently with better
concentration and a higher level of energy. You can experience the
benefits of good study habits immediately. This field of HypnoCounseling
is exciting in itself!
tool can assist individuals in all aspects of life situations! Each
person that goes through any of our programs learns the effectiveness of
self-hypnosis. All hypnosis is really self-hypnosis. You will
learn effective methods to experience self-hypnosis.
Reward Motivation seems to
elude us in the absence of reward. A powerful element in learning is
reward, the recognition of personal achievement and self appreciation
expressed through reward. The anticipation of a reward creates
motivation. Planning for small rewards at various increments of
progress maintains excitement and stimulation. Each individual
has their own personal concepts of what a reward is - we need to spend
time discovering an individual's personal motivational concepts.
What are the rewards that we want for ourselves! Often we do not
even know what motivates us. Here at MSI we focus on the
positives. And... through careful examination we eliminate many
sure your goals are your own. Whose life is it? Do what means most to
you. Self-set goals are the best motivators!
your goals. This helps to lessen the odds of losing sight of your
goals and it increases your commitment.
high - provide a challenge - but make your goals realistic and
attainable. Good goals are never too easy or impossible.
They will help you grow.
should be as specific and measurable as possible. Don't say, "I
want a better job." Ask yourself: What kind of job? Making how
much money? In what industry? Living where? Requiring what kind of
skill? By when? Be specific with what you want this will save an
enormous amount of time and effort.
goal should have a target date. Never think of a goal as a goal until
you set a deadline for accomplishment.
your major goals for compatibility. Don't create goals in conflict
with one another.
revise and update your goals. As a growing person your needs will
change over time, and this means goals will have to be modified,
discarded and added from time to time.
flexibly. No goals should be carved in stone. We all change.
are responsible for our own study habits - with stronger study skills,
better grades and higher self-esteem we increase our self-confidence.
Confidence will soar as positive results are achieved. You enjoy
studying and enjoy the results of your efforts!
can be an obstruction and major distraction to learning; and the presence
of fear makes one a prime candidate for Hypno-Counseling. With hypnosis,
you can relax at will, experience feelings of confidence, use a cue (or
post hypnotic suggestion) to regain control, motivation for success, or
defuse the fear of exams.
minds emerge from Hypno-Counseling with purpose, direction and organization.
Attitudes change, poor habit are overcome, structure to one's organizing
systems become habit and enthusiasm can be developed; all of which
increases self respect. With Hypno-Counseling, students can achieve
their scholastic goals while developing the kind of good habits that will
provide a lifetime of benefits.
Situations (with Physician referral)
shows that hypnosis is as effective as Ritalin in treating ADD in
children. (Presented at the American Psychological Association
Meeting , 1999) Special Education children and Specially Challenged
children with their unique needs are wonderful subjects for Hypno-Counseling.
It is a strong tool to improve their learning and behavior
More When You Use All of Your Senses In
hypnosis, the more sensory inputs we utilize the more likely it is to
create change for a person. This is also true for learning and
memory. Long term retention is lacking when we learn from just reading or
listening to a lecture. What IS conducive to long term
learning? Feeling, Seeing, Hearing, Touching and Doing. The experts
say that we remember approximately 20% of what we read, about 30% of what
we hear, about 40% of what we see, about 50% of what we say, about 60% of
what we do, and.... about 90% of what we see, hear, say AND do! This
is a great and extremely effective strategy. It is "Whole"
learning involving every facet of our entire being. What could be
Your learning will
improve when you make an effort to utilize all of your sensory systems.
If learning from a book, pause once in a while, close your eyes and create
internal dialogue with yourself so you're actually commenting to yourself
about what you are learning and how you'll remember it. Learning becomes
more vivid and real to you. Create a "Flow" experience as
you learn. If you can imagine yourself teaching others what you're
learning, you'll benefit even more because preparing to teach is one
of the best ways to learn!
provides the tools to understand these processes and develop the
individual's ability to adapt whatever they do that does not bring them
the results they want, into processes that do.
Linguistic Programming is the study of how each individual makes sense of
his/her world uniquely through different personality patterns and sensory
person's memories, beliefs, values, decisions, favored sense (Visual,
Auditory, or Kinesthetic), and what are called Metaprograms, develop over
time into a unique 'model of the world'. Each of us uses this internal map
and our own modalities to make sense of the world around us.
This map has a profound effect on our thoughts and behaviors, and our
relationships with others because we tend to think that our map is the
same as everybody else's. We need to widen our scope of the world
and realize everyone's patterns are unique to themselves. We need to
understand these patterns to learn and also to use in our
understanding the structure of our map we can identify negative thought
patterns that inhibit us (and change them); by understanding the structure
of someone else's map we can assist them in doing the same thing, or use
it to improve our relationship with them, whether in a business or
- the fundamental idea that all behavior is the result of the
information we receive from our 5 senses.
- the fact that we use language to order our thoughts and communicate.
- the ways we use the above to create our behavior
can be difficult to describe 'what' NLP is without placing it in a
context. It is easier to describe 'how' it can help in a given situation.
Its potential application is almost unlimited. It has been used to improve
performance in sport; academic performance; sales; therapy, and
self-development. It has the potential to improve any situation where
communication is a factor, whether between you and someone else, or just
we establish the individual learning style - a personal set of
affirmations is developed. Affirmations are structured statements
that provide positive self-talk and continue to increase our focus and
reaffirm our personal goals. Some typical study habit affirmations
enjoy studying and learning new ideas and concepts
always enjoy the positive and avoid the negative
am disciplined, decisive, and capable of learning
am capable of success
enjoy practicing my skills
am committed to excelling and being the best at all I do
In a word - - -
Can HypnoCounseling Help? YES! Low self esteem
detracts from learning; so does lack of motivation, bad study habits, poor
memory, the absence of reward, and fear. Hypno-Counseling can establish or
reprogram effective personal learning habits, boost self-esteem, relieve stress
and create motivation; all of which can result in enhanced learning and improved
memory. Our methods replace the negative with positives and build on
all the resources that each individual has as their own!!
Simple Steps That Work:
Accepting learning as an opportunity
Changing negative habits and
your confidence & self-esteem
delay call our offices now and schedule your 1st session.
one of our counselors. (570) 223-9600
To Contact us by E-Mail: JOANS followed
by @ joansvoboda.com (formatted to foil Spam Bots!)